Being As An Ocean – How We Both Wondrously Perish (Review)

Very few releases have made a mark on the melodic hardcore scene over the past few years in the way that 2012’s Dear G-d did, putting Being As An Ocean on everyone’s radar regardless of whether they wanted them there or not. After a few line-up changes How We Both Wondrously Perish marks the bands… Read More Being As An Ocean – How We Both Wondrously Perish (Review)

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Music Submissions 5: No Tide / Select All Delete Save As / Shellshock Lullaby / Whose Hearts Were His

  A few more pieces of music that’ve made their way to me over the past two weeks that I wanted to feature. If you’d like to send anything for consideration there are a few ways to do so via my contact page. No Tide – Daydream (EP) I’ve covered a few Take This To… Read More Music Submissions 5: No Tide / Select All Delete Save As / Shellshock Lullaby / Whose Hearts Were His

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Music Submissions 4: Sinai Vessel / House Olympics / Elenora / Depths / Books On Fate

I’ve been away for the past week, hence the lack of activity, and in that time there’ve been a few more submissions sent in, the majority of which are featured below. Now that I’m home hopefully I’ll be posting ‘regularly’ again, although unless something relatively big streams this week I’m a little lost until Record… Read More Music Submissions 4: Sinai Vessel / House Olympics / Elenora / Depths / Books On Fate

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Life On The Sideline – Honesty Is A Dying Breed (Review)

It seems like bands playing music similar to Life On The Sideline are coming to fruition on an almost daily basis, attempting to strike a chord with fans of older emo-infused punk bands like The Early November. Not that that’s a bad thing, but in a scene that’s becoming increasingly congested it takes a really… Read More Life On The Sideline – Honesty Is A Dying Breed (Review)

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